Bioelectrical impedance analysis (BIA) in animal production: Review

Abstract Bioelectrical impedance analysis (BIA) is a method based on the different levels of opposition to the flow of an ionic current through the different body tissues. Results are expressed by primary measures of resistance (Rs) and reactance (Xs). From such measures, equations are applied to determine the phase angle (PA) and impedance (Z). Bioimpedance analysis has been indicated as a reliable and precise method to determine the body composition and nutritional status in humans. BIA has recently been adapted to be applied on animal production. Therefore, the aim of this review is to provide an analysis on the potential use of bioelectrical impedance on zootechnical production. Through BIA, correlations among bioelectrical measures and tissue composition of swine, bovine, ovine, bubaline and fish carcasses can be established. In this regard, a growing number of demands were led by more precise and cost-effective methods to evaluate the body composition in the zootechnical sector, in which the analysis of bioelectrical impedance proved to be a promising and minimally invasive technology to replace traditional methods.

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Main Authors: Schumacher,Larissa Luísa, Viégas,Julio, Cardoso,Gilmar dos Santos, Moro,Anderson Bertoluzzi, Tonin,Tiago João, Pereira,Stela Naetzold, Rocha,Leonardo Tombesi da, Caeneghen,Ana Luiza Van, Teixeira,Janaína Vargas
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Published: Instituto Nacional de Investigaciones Forestales, Agrícolas y Pecuarias 2021
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spelling oai:scielo:S2007-112420210002005532021-11-11Bioelectrical impedance analysis (BIA) in animal production: ReviewSchumacher,Larissa LuísaViégas,JulioCardoso,Gilmar dos SantosMoro,Anderson BertoluzziTonin,Tiago JoãoPereira,Stela NaetzoldRocha,Leonardo Tombesi daCaeneghen,Ana Luiza VanTeixeira,Janaína Vargas Body composition Impedance Technology Zootechnical production Abstract Bioelectrical impedance analysis (BIA) is a method based on the different levels of opposition to the flow of an ionic current through the different body tissues. Results are expressed by primary measures of resistance (Rs) and reactance (Xs). From such measures, equations are applied to determine the phase angle (PA) and impedance (Z). Bioimpedance analysis has been indicated as a reliable and precise method to determine the body composition and nutritional status in humans. BIA has recently been adapted to be applied on animal production. Therefore, the aim of this review is to provide an analysis on the potential use of bioelectrical impedance on zootechnical production. Through BIA, correlations among bioelectrical measures and tissue composition of swine, bovine, ovine, bubaline and fish carcasses can be established. In this regard, a growing number of demands were led by more precise and cost-effective methods to evaluate the body composition in the zootechnical sector, in which the analysis of bioelectrical impedance proved to be a promising and minimally invasive technology to replace traditional methods.info:eu-repo/semantics/openAccessInstituto Nacional de Investigaciones Forestales, Agrícolas y PecuariasRevista mexicana de ciencias pecuarias v.12 n.2 20212021-06-01info:eu-repo/semantics/articletext/htmlhttp://www.scielo.org.mx/scielo.php?script=sci_arttext&pid=S2007-11242021000200553en10.22319/rmcp.v12i2.5821
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Caeneghen,Ana Luiza Van
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Rocha,Leonardo Tombesi da
Caeneghen,Ana Luiza Van
Teixeira,Janaína Vargas
Bioelectrical impedance analysis (BIA) in animal production: Review
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title Bioelectrical impedance analysis (BIA) in animal production: Review
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description Abstract Bioelectrical impedance analysis (BIA) is a method based on the different levels of opposition to the flow of an ionic current through the different body tissues. Results are expressed by primary measures of resistance (Rs) and reactance (Xs). From such measures, equations are applied to determine the phase angle (PA) and impedance (Z). Bioimpedance analysis has been indicated as a reliable and precise method to determine the body composition and nutritional status in humans. BIA has recently been adapted to be applied on animal production. Therefore, the aim of this review is to provide an analysis on the potential use of bioelectrical impedance on zootechnical production. Through BIA, correlations among bioelectrical measures and tissue composition of swine, bovine, ovine, bubaline and fish carcasses can be established. In this regard, a growing number of demands were led by more precise and cost-effective methods to evaluate the body composition in the zootechnical sector, in which the analysis of bioelectrical impedance proved to be a promising and minimally invasive technology to replace traditional methods.
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